Shadows of the Orient
Writers - L.E. Heifetz, Charles Francis Royal (screenplay)
Esther Ralston - Viola Avery
Regis Toomey - Inspector Bob Baxter
J. Farrell MacDonald - Inspector Sullivan
Oscar Apfel - Judge Avery
Sidney Blackmer - King Moss
Eddie Fetherston - Flash Dawson
Kit Guard - Spud Nolan
James B. Leong - Ching Chu
rest of cast listed alphabetically
John Elliott - Police Chief (uncredited)
Matty Fain - Gangster (uncredited)
Chester Gan - Chinaman at Canton House (uncredited)
Richard Loo - Chinese Henchman (uncredited)
Rose Plummer - Landlady (uncredited)
Slim Whitaker - Henchman (uncredited)
script, or actors , but is fun to watch.
Subject: I Love This Movie
Subject: A one-take wonder
On the positive side: no fake Chinamen, but real actors who even speak a little - although this was not a film you'd want to list on your resume.
Subject: Esther Ralston
Subject: Not bad
I liked it and think it should be watched.
Subject: Plane dumb
I was actually surprised at how incompetent this movie was. Filled with boring dialogue, inane fight sequences, and gun fight sequences taken right out of the ÂPolice SquadÂ book of crimefighting,. But at least the beginning (where a pilot has a hilarious, and unexpected way to deal with unwanted cargo), and the ending, with itÂs plane chase (but not the ridiculous plane chase before it, where a plane with a machine gun canÂt shoot a plane down thatÂs 10 feet in front of it) is interesting, but the rest is an unmitigated bore.
Subject: Shadows of the Orient
Subject: Yellow Peril Resurrected
Subject: just like tv